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Texting and Driving Targeted in DoT’s First National Anti-Distracted Driving Ads Texting and Driving Targeted in DoT’s First National Anti-Distracted Driving Ads

Everyone can agree that any deaths that stem from distracted driving are tragic, but 3,328 in a single year? That’s just staggering. In light of these shocking numbers, the U.S. Department of Transportation is doing something they’ve never done before–run …

Feds Ban Commercial Drivers From Texting

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced today federal guidelines to prohibit texting by drivers of commercial vehicles such as large trucks and buses.

Ray-LaHood "We want the drivers of big rigs and buses and those who share the roads with them to be safe," said Secretary LaHood. 

Wham, Bam, Spam Button Slams Email Marketing
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Drop a non-relevant email into a recipient’s bin, and risk being shut out of inboxes throughout an email domain.

Government Agencies Ban Windows Vista
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In the past, large organizations have been reluctant to switch over to a new Microsoft operating system due to factors of cost, new training, and the possibility unknown bugs still lurking about in the software. In this case, however, reluctance has given way to outright refusal.

Try Answers Dot Com For GIS Data!

This nifty search utility which I confess, I’m not terribly familiar with, is very sweet!

More Like Dot Com 2.0

Second Chance Tuesday: The Web is back. Not that it actually went away, but you’d be forgiven for thinking so given the doom and gloom surrounding the dot.com industry over the last few years. [...] We’re going to party like it’s 1999.

Hurricane Katrina and the Dot Com Bubble

There has never been more information. And that’s exactly the problem. Too much information too quickly published is just as bad as too little.

E What? Ya Who? Amazon Dot Huh? Does Anybody Out There Know Who You Are?

Try this little quiz. See if any of the following names ring a bell.

McDonald’s. Coca Cola. Microsoft. e-bay. Yahoo.